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... many of whom were political prisoners. An estimated 180 million cubic metres of rammed earth was used to form the core of the wall.
Ming engineers made determined efforts to revamp the eroding bastion, facing it with some 60 million cubic metres of bricks and stone slabs. This project took over a century.
The wall largely failed to prevent Mongol armies imposing foreign rule on China from 1279 to 1368. Even the Europeans who arrived during the 19th ...
... will climb up on to my lap. Not only are teachers a lot more tactile but the take a constant stream of pictures during the lesson which are then uploaded to WeChat, which is a combination of WhatsApp and Facebook. Each class will have a WeChat group, meaning that the Chinese teacher will upload a stream of pictures from the lesson to each of these groups. There is even one Chinese teacher who I have seen on many occasions taking selfies with ...
We woke up nice and early to start off our first full day in Beijing.
The downside of going on a female dominated tour: 8:30 in the lobby ready to go... by myself.
Our bus driver took us into the core of Beijing to the Forbidden City and Tiananmen Square.
We spent a long time there, walking around, taking pictures, and learning about the history.
It was really hot.
We bought ...
... duck...because they like ducks. But Gracie and I had decided we're totally jumping into the Chinese experience this week!
When Gracie and I walk together in the United States...yes, people stare at us. I believe it's because she is just so darn cute!! But in the last 10 years, I have come to not notice it as much as I used to. Oh...people still stare at us, but I don't notice it very much. BUT here...everyone stares at us!! I ...
... hostel. I saw the government buildings, and walked through the mausoleum which holds the embalmed body of Mao Zedong. There was a strict security check, so there are no pictures, but I can assure you it was really cool to see, but creepy at the same time. Across the street is the Forbidden City. I spent the rest of the morning, and part of the afternoon touring the Forbidden City, and its majestic temples and whatnot. It may sound a ...